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Long-legged spider - Physocyclus enaulus

Long-legged spider - Physocyclus enaulus
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA
March 12, 2006
Size: 3/8 inch
Unfortunately this one was found floating in a bowl in the sink but I've never seen one quite like it. I has very long legs. I was wondering if it could be a Cribellate because of the interesting underside of this little critter.

Moved from Cellar Spiders.

eye arrangement
This image is being used in the eye arrangement article, thanks!

Thanks for the ID!

Physocyclus sp.
Nice images.

I second the compliments on the image quality. I have nothing to contribute on the identification, other than to say that Physocyclus is in the family of cellar spiders (Pholcidae).

I agree
awesome pictures.

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